The word from North Carolina this morning is that Bill Gentry earned his 1,000 mile buckle given to 10-time Umstead 100 finishers in 25:05. Bill Turrentine also finished in 23:08. Umstead web page | preliminary results
Submitted by Sophie Speidel on March 28, 2010 - 1:57pm
Jack Kurisky and Justine Morrison were the top VHTRC finishers at Clark Zealand's Terrapin Mountain 50K in Sedalia, VA. Jack was eighth overall and Justine was the first female finisher, just beating out Keith Knipling for ninth place overall. A number of VHTRCers finished (some of them are in the photo at right). Here are the results. Terrapin Mtn uses parts of the Hellgate 100K and Promise Land 50K courses. It was a gorgeous day to run in the mountains!
Submitted by Sophie Speidel on March 27, 2010 - 8:39pm
It was a beautiful day at the 22nd HAT Run held on March 20 in northern Maryland. Some, however, suffered from poor training brought on by earlier storms. The top spots were pretty well dominated by Pennsylvanians. Guess they didn't get as much snow and could train more! Results are now available on the HAT Page
Submitted by Anstr Davidson on March 21, 2010 - 8:23am
From Stephanie Wilson: Recently I posted a brief comment on the VHTRC listserv with a link to photos that I took at Elizabeth Furnace 50k run. I received a number of emails subsequently from individuals who either couldn’t open the Picasa link or wished to receive a more detailed account of our run that day. I thought I’d post a race report here with (hopefully) a functional link to the photos of the run as well.
Submitted by Club Information on March 19, 2010 - 12:29pm
Leigh Schmitt and Aliza Lapierre set new event records at the 2010 Bull Run Run held on April 10. The team results are now ready and there is a report. Aaron Schwartzbard's photos are up and, new, the all-time data now has 2010 results. All is linked from the BRR 2010 Report page.
The hit of the day was the Wolf Run Shoals aid station which was definitely not in Kansas. Click the photo for a bigger version.
Submitted by Club Information on March 1, 2010 - 5:03pm
Six people completed what Quatro calls the the "Fish Hook 46 miler" - Signal Knob Parking lot to Camp Roosevelt. As he notes, this may be a preview of Camp Roosevelt's new status as a popular drop point at MMT. Results
Take Read More for reports during the event.
Submitted by Anstr Davidson on February 27, 2010 - 6:09pm